The Skripal Affair — Does Anyone Believe The Official Narrative?

“The issue surrounding the identify [sic] of a former MI6 informer Sergei Skripal is already widely available in the public domain. However, the identifies [sic] of intelligence agency personnel associated with Sergei Skripal are not yet widely available in the public domain.”

UK D-Notice issued on March 7 2018

“That the attack on the Skripals was nonsense is clear to a person with half a brain. But some don’t even have one half, that’s why they believe in this absurdity.”

Roger Waters — (August 27 2018)

A police officer stands guard outside of the home of former Russian military intelligence officer Sergei Skripal, in Salisbury, Britain, March 6, 2018.

In matters of espionage and National Security, no one covers the news better than the BBC or The Guardian. Day after day, their “presstitutes” will cover the truth under layers of lies until their readers can no longer tell which way is up. The Lockerbie affair is a case in point. The Skripals’ story is another first-rate example. The official narrative is simply utter nonsense. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY

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First thing first. This is Sunday and therefore I need to tell you a joke to recover from a long and depressing week.

 How many CIA officers does it take to change a light bulb?

Four. One to stand on a chair and hold the bulb, two to lift the chair by its legs, and one to call their KGB source to ask which way to turn the chair.

I know… The joke is rather dumb. But not nearly as stupid as the official narrative of the Skripals’ poisoning case.

No one who has looked into the case in any detail can possibly be satisfied that the account given by the UK Government and The Metropolitan Police are correct.

The narrative put out by the Metropolitan Police is not simply questionable, it is plain impossible.

The most fundamental flaw in it (and there are many flaws), is that the poisoning took place at the door handle of Mr Skripal’s house, in broad daylight, with Mr Skripal and Yulia both inside, and using a spray (which would have released particles of nerve agent into the air).

Yulia and Segei Skripal — two people of differing sex, different height, different metabolisms, different ages, and different state of health (he being a diabetic) — were contaminated with Novichok — a nerve agent said to be up to 10 times stronger than VX.

 And yet they were able to go about their lives as if nothing had happened for over 2 hours, before collapsing simultaneously.

Seriously, how many Russians does it take to close a door?


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The Skripal Affair — Does Anyone Believe The Official Narrative?

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